You are developing a web-based solution that students and teachers….

Background: You are developing a web-based solution that students and teachers can use to collaborate on written assignments. Teachers can also use the solution to detect potential plagiarism, and they can manage assignments and data by using locally accessible network shares.

Business Requirements: The solution consists of three parts: a website where students work on assignments and where teachers view and grade assignments, the plagiarism detection service, and a connector service to manage data by using a network share.
The system availability agreement states that operating hours are weekdays between midnight on Sunday and midnight on Friday.
Plagiarism Service: The plagiarism detection portion of the solution compares a new work against a repository of existing works.
The initial dataset contains a large database of existing works. Teachers upload additional works. In addition, the service itself searches for other works and adds those works to the repository.
Technical Requirements Website: The website for the solution must run on an Azure web role.
Plagiarism Service: The plagiarism detection service runs on an Azure worker role. The computation uses a random number generator. Certain values can result in an infinite loop, so if a particular work item takes longer than one hour to process, other instances of the service must be able to process the work item. Computation results are cached in local storage resources to reduce computation time.

Repository of Existing Works: The plagiarism detection service works by comparing student submissions against a repository of existing works by using a custom matching algorithm. The master copies of the works are stored in Azure blob storage.

A daily process synchronizes files between blob storage and a file share on a virtual machine (VM). As part of this synchronization, the Existing Work Repository object adds the files to Azure Cache to improve the display performance of the website. If a student’s submission is overdue, the Late property is set to the number of days that the work is overdue. Work files can be downloaded by using the Work action of the Teacher Controller object.

Network Connector: Clients can interact with files that are stored on the VM by using a network share. The network permissions are configured in a startup task in the plagiarism detection service.

Service Monitoring: The CPU of the system on which the plagiarism detection service runs usually limits the plagiarism detection service. However, certain combinations of input can cause memory issues, which results in decreased performance. The average time for a given computation is 45 seconds. Unexpected results during computations might cause a memory dump. Memory dump files are stored in the Windows temporary folder on the VM that hosts the worker role.

Security: Only valid users of the solution must be able to view content that users submit. Privacy regulations require that all content that users submit must be retained only in Azure Storage. All documents that students upload must be signed by using a certificate named DocCert that is installed in both the worker role and the web role.

Solution Development: You use Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and the Azure emulator to develop and test both the compute component and the storage component. New versions of the solution must undergo testing by using production data.
Scaling: During non-operating hours, the plagiarism detection service should not use more than 40 CPU cores. During operating hours, the plagiarism detection service should automatically scale when 500 work items are waiting to be processed. To facilitate maintenance of the system, no plagiarism detection work should occur during non-operating hours. All ASP.NET MVC actions must support files that are up to 2 GB in size.

Biographical Information: Biographical information about students and teachers is stored in a Microsoft Azure SQL database. All services run in the US West region. The plagiarism detection service runs on Extra Large instances. The Azure worker role must fully utilize all available CPU cores.

Solution Structure: Relevant portions of the solution files are shown in the following code segments. Line numbers in the code segments are included for reference only and include a two-character prefix that denotes the specific file to which the line belongs.







You are deploying the web-based solution in the West Europe region.
You need to copy the repository of existing works that the plagiarism detection service uses. You must achieve this goal by using the least amount of time.

What should you do?
A. Copy the files from the source file share to a local hard disk. Ship the hard disk to the West Europe data center by using the Azure Import/Export service.
B. Create an Azure virtual network to connect to the West Europe region. Then use Robocopy to copy the files from the current region to the West Europe region.
C. Provide access to the blobs by using the Microsoft Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN). Modify the plagiarism detection service so that the files from the repository are loaded from the CDN.
D. Use the Asynchronous Blob Copy API to copy the blobs from the source storage account to a storage account in the West Europe region.
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Background: You are developing a web-based solution that students and teachers can use to collaborate on written assignments. Teachers can also use the solution to detect potential plagiarism, and they can manage assignments and data by using locally accessible network shares.

Business Requirements: The solution consists of three parts: a website where students work on assignments and where teachers view and grade assignments, the plagiarism detection service, and a connector service to manage data by using a network share.
The system availability agreement states that operating hours are weekdays between midnight on Sunday and midnight on Friday.

Plagiarism Service: The plagiarism detection portion of the solution compares a new work against a repository of existing works.
The initial dataset contains a large database of existing works. Teachers upload additional works. In addition, the service itself searches for other works and adds those works to the repository.

Technical Requirements Website: The website for the solution must run on an Azure web role.

Plagiarism Service: The plagiarism detection service runs on an Azure worker role. The computation uses a random number generator. Certain values can result in an infinite loop, so if a particular work item takes longer than one hour to process, other instances of the service must be able to process the work item. Computation results are cached in local storage resources to reduce computation time.

Repository of Existing Works: The plagiarism detection service works by comparing student submissions against a repository of existing works by using a custom matching algorithm. The master copies of the works are stored in Azure blob storage.

A daily process synchronizes files between blob storage and a file share on a virtual machine (VM). As part of this synchronization, the Existing Work Repository object adds the files to Azure Cache to improve the display performance of the website. If a student’s submission is overdue, the Late property is set to the number of days that the work is overdue. Work files can be downloaded by using the Work action of the Teacher Controller object.

Network Connector: Clients can interact with files that are stored on the VM by using a network share. The network permissions are configured in a startup task in the plagiarism detection service.

Service Monitoring: The CPU of the system on which the plagiarism detection service runs usually limits the plagiarism detection service. However, certain combinations of input can cause memory issues, which results in decreased performance. The average time for a given computation is 45 seconds. Unexpected results during computations might cause a memory dump. Memory dump files are stored in the Windows temporary folder on the VM that hosts the worker role.

Security: Only valid users of the solution must be able to view content that users submit. Privacy regulations require that all content that users submit must be retained only in Azure Storage. All documents that students upload must be signed by using a certificate named DocCert that is installed in both the worker role and the web role.

Solution Development: You use Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and the Azure emulator to develop and test both the compute component and the storage component. New versions of the solution must undergo testing by using production data.
Scaling: During non-operating hours, the plagiarism detection service should not use more than 40 CPU cores. During operating hours, the plagiarism detection service should automatically scale when 500 work items are waiting to be processed. To facilitate maintenance of the system, no plagiarism detection work should occur during non-operating hours. All ASP.NET MVC actions must support files that are up to 2 GB in size.

Biographical Information: Biographical information about students and teachers is stored in a Microsoft Azure SQL database. All services run in the US West region. The plagiarism detection service runs on Extra Large instances. The Azure worker role must fully utilize all available CPU cores.

Solution Structure: Relevant portions of the solution files are shown in the following code segments. Line numbers in the code segments are included for reference only and include a two-character prefix that denotes the specific file to which the line belongs.







DRAG DROP
You need to configure storage for the solution.
What should you do? To answer, drag the appropriate XML segments to the correct locations. Each XML segment may be used once, more than once, or not at all. You may need to drag the split bar between panes or scroll to view content.
Select and Place:

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Consumption statistics for individual cloud service offerings is used by which of the following ITIL processes

Consumption statistics for individual cloud service offerings is used by which of the following ITIL processes?
A. Supplier management
B. Continuous service improvement
C. Service level management
D. Information security management

Case Study: This is a case study. Case studies are not timed separately. You can use as much exam time as you would like to complete each case. However, there may be additional case studies and sections on this exam. You must manage your time to ensure that you are able to complete all questions included on this exam in the time provided.

To answer the questions included in a case study, you will need to reference information that is provided in the case study. Case studies might contain exhibits and other resources that provide more information about the scenario that is described in the case study. Each question is independent of the other question on this case study.
At the end of this case study, a review screen will appear. This screen allows you to review your answers and to make changes before you move to the next sections of the exam. After you begin a new section, you cannot return to this section.

To start the case study to display the first question on this case study, click the Next button. Use the buttons in the left pane to explore the content of the case study before you answer the questions.
Clicking these buttons displays information such as business requirements, existing environment, and problem statements. If the case study has an All Information tab, note that the information displayed is identical to the information displayed on the subsequent tabs. When you are ready to answer a question, click the Question button to return to the question.

Background you are a developer for LitWare, Inc., a game development company. You are developing a backend service for an online social gaming platform named GamerData. The game is built around point generators, which are associated with physical landmarks. Players claim point generators which give them a set amount of points per day.

Business Requirements Mobile App: The game itself runs on various mobile devices and is developed by TailSpin Toys, a company that specializes in mobile game development. The mobile app will periodically make calls to the GamerData service to find the five closest point generators that are located less than the specified distance from the player’s current location.

If no point generators are found, the search distance increases until one is found.
The mobile app shows all the point generators owned by each player. The mobile app allows for each player to search for claimed point generators by player name. This search does not require exact spelling of names. The details for each claimed generator is shown in the app.

When a player claims a point generator, they should receive an email notification. An Azure Function named EmailPlayer has been developed to email players with details about recently claimed point generators.

Sponsors the platform allows business to sponsor point generators within a business location. Reports report named Daily Sponsor Report must be generated each day at midnight. The report must contain for each sponsor. Each sponsor section must contain two subsections.
The first subsection of the report contains the names of the point generators for that sponsor, ordered by the last time the point generator was claimed. The second subsection contains the current owners for each of the point generators for the sponsor. Generation of reports must not impact the GamerData service.

Technical Requirements GamerData Service all data for the GamerData service is stored in an Azure DocumentDB instance named GamerData. Business and players interact with the service by using a REST API.
The REST API must: Produce valid Swagger API specifications for non-obsolete actions. Be optimized for loading specific point generators. Follow REST best practices. Include appropriate terms of service.
Costs for all Azure services must be minimized.

Build and Deployment:
The GamerData service will be deployed to Azure in a private VNet. Security Sponsors have accounts in an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) with business-to-consumer (B2C) enabled named litwaregamerdata.onmicrosoft.com managed by Litware, Inc. for both GamerData and LitWare, Inc.services.

Only Litware, Inc. developers and automated testing tools should be able to directly access the GamerData service. All other use of the service must be through Azure API Management. A description of the security practices used during development, available on Microsoft SharePoint, must be available to users of the API under the terms of service.

Reporting Azure Search will be used as the source for running reports. The properties of indexes in Azure Search must match the names of the properties in Document DB.

Performance The Azure DocumentDB must not be used for reporting purposes. All services must perform queries in the data store when possible.

Application Structure Startup.cs: Relevant portions of the app files are shown below. (Line numbers in the code segments are included for reference only and include a two-character prefix that denotes the specific file to which they belong.)
Application Startup
PointController.cs: Relevant portions of the app files are shown below. (Line numbers in the code segments are included for reference only and include a two-character prefix that denotes the specific file to which they belong.)
PointController
PointGenerator.cs: Relevant portions of the app files are shown below. (Line numbers in the code segments are included for reference only and include a two-character prefix that denotes the specific file to which they belong.)
PointGenerator
You need to ensure that sponsors can interact with the GamerData service by using the same credentials as they use for other LitWare, Inc. services.
Which three actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
sponsors can interact

You are developing a web-based solution that students and teachers….

Background: You are developing a web-based solution that students and teachers can use to collaborate on written assignments. Teachers can also use the solution to detect potential plagiarism, and they can manage assignments and data by using locally accessible network shares.
Business Requirements: The solution consists of three parts: a website where students work on assignments and where teachers view and grade assignments, the plagiarism detection service, and a connector service to manage data by using a network share.
The system availability agreement states that operating hours are weekdays between midnight on Sunday and midnight on Friday.
Plagiarism Service: The plagiarism detection portion of the solution compares a new work against a repository of existing works.
The initial dataset contains a large database of existing works. Teachers upload additional works. In addition, the service itself searches for other works and adds those works to the repository.

Technical Requirements Website: The website for the solution must run on an Azure web role.
Plagiarism Service: The plagiarism detection service runs on an Azure worker role. The computation uses a random number generator. Certain values can result in an infinite loop, so if a particular work item takes longer than one hour to process, other instances of the service must be able to process the work item. Computation results are cached in local storage resources to reduce computation time.

Repository of Existing Works: The plagiarism detection service works by comparing student submissions against a repository of existing works by using a custom matching algorithm. The master copies of the works are stored in Azure blob storage.

A daily process synchronizes files between blob storage and a file share on a virtual machine (VM). As part of this synchronization, the Existing Work Repository object adds the files to Azure Cache to improve the display performance of the website. If a student’s submission is overdue, the Late property is set to the number of days that the work is overdue. Work files can be downloaded by using the Work action of the Teacher Controller object.

Network Connector: Clients can interact with files that are stored on the VM by using a network share. The network permissions are configured in a startup task in the plagiarism detection service.

Service Monitoring: The CPU of the system on which the plagiarism detection service runs usually limits the plagiarism detection service. However, certain combinations of input can cause memory issues, which results in decreased performance. The average time for a given computation is 45 seconds. Unexpected results during computations might cause a memory dump. Memory dump files are stored in the Windows temporary folder on the VM that hosts the worker role.

Security: Only valid users of the solution must be able to view content that users submit. Privacy regulations require that all content that users submit must be retained only in Azure Storage. All documents that students upload must be signed by using a certificate named DocCert that is installed in both the worker role and the web role.

Solution Development: You use Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and the Azure emulator to develop and test both the compute component and the storage component. New versions of the solution must undergo testing by using production data.

Scaling: During non-operating hours, the plagiarism detection service should not use more than 40 CPU cores. During operating hours, the plagiarism detection service should automatically scale when 500 work items are waiting to be processed. To facilitate maintenance of the system, no plagiarism detection work should occur during non-operating hours. All ASP.NET MVC actions must support files that are up to 2 GB in size.

Biographical Information: Biographical information about students and teachers is stored in a Microsoft Azure SQL database. All services run in the US West region. The plagiarism detection service runs on Extra Large instances. The Azure worker role must fully utilize all available CPU cores.

Solution Structure: Relevant portions of the solution files are shown in the following code segments. Line numbers in the code segments are included for reference only and include a two-character prefix that denotes the specific file to which the line belongs.






HOTSPOT
You need to find all existing works about World History that are overdue and are stored in the repository.
How should you complete the relevant code? To answer, select the appropriate option or options in the answer area.
Hot Area:

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This is a case study. Case studies are not timed separately. You can use as much exam time as you would like to complete each case

Case Study:
This is a case study. Case studies are not timed separately. You can use as much exam time as you would like to complete each case. However, there may be additional case studies and sections on this exam. You must manage your time to ensure that you are able to complete all questions included on this exam in the time provided.

To answer the questions included in a case study, you will need to reference information that is provided in the case study. Case studies might contain exhibits and other resources that provide more information about the scenario that is described in the case study. Each question is independent of the other question on this case study.

At the end of this case study, a review screen will appear. This screen allows you to review your answers and to make changes before you move to the next sections of the exam. After you begin a new section, you cannot return to this section.

To start the case study to display the first question on this case study, click the Next button. Use the buttons in the left pane to explore the content of the case study before you answer the questions. Clicking these buttons displays information such as business requirements, existing environment, and problem statements.

If the case study has an All Information tab, note that the information displayed is identical to the information displayed on the subsequent tabs. When you are ready to answer a question, click the Question button to return to the question. Background you are a developer for LitWare, Inc., a game development company. You are developing a backend service for an online social gaming platform named GamerData. The game is built around point generators, which are associated with physical landmarks. Players claim point generators which give them a set amount of points per day.

Business Requirements Mobile App The game itself runs on various mobile devices and is developed by Tailspin Toys, a company that specializes in mobile game development. The mobile app will periodically make calls to the GamerData service to find the five closest point generators that are located less than the specified distance from the player’s current location.

If no point generators are found, the search distance increases until one is found.
The mobile app shows all the point generators owned by each player. The mobile app allows for each player to search for claimed point generators by player name. This search does not require exact spelling of names. The details for each claimed generator is shown in the app.

When a player claims a point generator, they should receive an email notification. An Azure Function named Email Player has been developed to email players with details about recently claimed point generators.

Sponsors the platform allows business to sponsor point generators within a business location.
Reports A report named Daily Sponsor Report must be generated each day at midnight. The report must contain a section for each sponsor. Each sponsor section must contain two subsections.

The first subsection of the report contains the names of the point generators for that sponsor, ordered by the last time the point generator was claimed.

The second subsection contains the current owners for each of the point generators for the sponsor. Generation of reports must not impact the GamerData service.
Technical Requirements GamerData Service All data for the GamerData service is stored in an Azure DocumentDB instance named GamerData. Business and players interact with the service by using a REST API.

The REST API must: Produce valid Swagger API specifications for non-obsolete actions. Be optimized for loading specific point generators. Follow REST best practices. Include appropriate terms of service. Costs for all Azure services must be minimized.

Build and Deployment: The GamerData service will be deployed to Azure in a private VNet. Security
Sponsors have accounts in an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) with business-to-consumer (B2C) enabled named litwaregamerdata.onmicrosoft.com managed by Litware, Inc. for both GamerData and LitWare, Inc. services.

Only Litware, Inc. developers and automated testing tools should be able to directly access the GamerData service.

All other use of the service must be through Azure API Management. A description of the security practices used during development, available on Microsoft SharePoint, must be available to users of the API under the terms of service.

Reporting Azure Search will be used as the source for running reports. The properties of indexes in Azure Search must match the names of the properties in DocumentDB.

Performance The Azure DocumentDB must not be used for reporting purposes. All services must perform queries in the data store when possible.

Application Structure Startup.cs Relevant portions of the app files are shown below. (Line numbers in the code segments are included for reference only and include a two-character prefix that denotes the specific file to which they belong.)
Application structure
PointController.cs
Relevant portions of the app files are shown below. (Line numbers in the code segments are included for reference only and include a two-character prefix that denotes the specific file to which they belong.)
Point controller
PointGenerator.cs
Relevant portions of the app files are shown below. (Line numbers in the code segments are included for reference only and include a two-character prefix that denotes the specific file to which they belong.)
Point Generator
You need to ensure that sponsors can interact with the GamerData service by using the same credentials as they use for other LitWare, Inc. services.

Which three actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
Actions

This is a case study. Case studies are not timed separately..

Case Study: This is a case study. Case studies are not timed separately. You can use as much exam time as you would like to complete each case. However, there may be additional case studies and sections on this exam. You must manage your time to ensure that you are able to complete all questions included on this exam in the time provided.
To answer the questions included in a case study, you will need to reference information that is provided in the case study.

Case studies might contain exhibits and other resources that provide more information about the scenario that is described in the case study. Each question is independent of the other question on this case study.

At the end of this case study, a review screen will appear. This screen allows you to review your answers and to make changes before you move to the next sections of the exam. After you begin a new section, you cannot return to this section.

To start the case study: To display the first question on this case study, click the Next button. Use the buttons in the left pane to explore the content of the case study before you answer the questions. Clicking these buttons displays information such as business requirements, existing environment, and problem statements. If the case study has an All Information tab, note that the information displayed is identical to the information displayed on the subsequent tabs. When you are ready to answer a question, click the Question button to return to the question.

Background: You are a developer for LitWare, Inc., a game development company. You are developing a backend service for an online social gaming platform named GamerData. The game is built around point generators, which are associated with physical landmarks. Players claim point generators which give them a set amount of points per day.

Business Requirements: Mobile App The game itself runs on various mobile devices and is developed by Tailspin Toys, a company that specializes in mobile game development. The mobile app will periodically make calls to the GamerData service to find the five closest point generators that are located less than the specified distance from the player’s current location. If no point generators are found, the search distance increases until one is found. Continue reading “This is a case study. Case studies are not timed separately..”